Rock band Aerosmith released “Can’t Stop Lovin’ You,” a duet with Carrie Underwood, to radio stations on Jan. 21.
During a recent interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler described the record, saying, “I sang it a little country & western…and all along we thought, should we get someone in…It was last-minute. She [Carrie] was in town doing something. I called her up and she said, ‘I’m leaving tomorrow.’ And I said, ‘Can you come over tonight?’ I called Joe [Perry] up, and the rest is history. She just did it. It really does work.”
Underwood and Tyler first paired for a duet of Underwood’s “Undo It” and Aerosmith’s “Walk This Way” at the 46th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards in 2011. They later teamed up for an episode of CMT Crossroads in early 2012.
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Carrie Underwood also released the video for her latest single, “Two Black Cadillacs.” The edgy, dark clip about two women who plot revenge against a cheating husband gets an eerie treatment at the end.
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